Whether right-of-way is being acquired or construction is about to start, the Tennessee Department of Transportation is currently managing 11 road projects in Washington County.
WATAUGA — Dozens of first responders spent Thursday evening searching the Watauga River for a young girl, who was reportedly seen struggling in the water near Lovers Lane in Elizabethton.
Citing expense management, improved productivity and a reduction in temporary labor, Ballad Health once again reaped financial gains in its second quarterly performance report since merging the region’s two largest health systems.
The Sesquicentennial Commission voted Tuesday to accept a recommended list of historical events that could be engraved into the legacy plaza, one of the projects proposed in King Commons Park to celebrate Johnson City’s 150th anniversary.
Almost a dozen bills have been introduced during the 111th Tennessee General Assembly that, if passed, would affect the public’s ability to access certain government records.
Many of Northeast Tennessee’s natural assets will be featured in an upcoming Amazon Prime travel show that will begin streaming in the summer.
A Northeast Tennessee state lawmaker is leading a renewed effort to negotiate with the federal government and ultimately bolster TennCare funding through the implementation of block grants.
BLOUNTVILLE — Support for Ballad Health was nonexistent at Thursday’s public hearing at Northeast State Community College as more than 35 people — including former and current Ballad employees, emergency medical technicians and former patients —
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As part of its celebration of Spay and Neuter Awareness Month in February, the Washington County-Johnson City Animal Shelter is offering Washington County residents free sterilization services for cats.
East Tennessee State University President Brian Noland said Wednesday the university is fully supportive of Ballad Health’s proposed changes to pediatric and trauma services.